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|Title:||Key, chord, and rhythm tracking of popular music recordings|
|Source:||Shenoy, A., Wang, Y. (2005). Key, chord, and rhythm tracking of popular music recordings. Computer Music Journal 29 (3) : 75-86. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1162/0148926054798205|
|Abstract:||A framework to determine the key, chords, and hierarchical rhythm structure from acoustic musical signals is introduced. The framework is the first attempt to use a rule-based approach that combines low-level features with high-level music knowledge of rhythm and harmonic structure to determine all three of these dimensions of music. Overall, the framework provides a promising platform for the future development of more sophisticated auditory models based on a better understanding of music.|
|Source Title:||Computer Music Journal|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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